Day: October 8, 2014

Graphic memoirist Bechdel, Starr lecturer

By MARIE SOLIS & MEAGHAN HUGHES – 7 years ago

Cartooning and graphic novels, often considered lowbrow art forms, have historically been excluded from the literary canon. However, they remain important sites of resistance, political commentary and representation of marginalized…

VSA votes on BOEA bylaw

By BETHAN JOHNSON – 7 years ago

After multiple weeks of discussion and debate in Operations Committee and the Vassar Student Association (VSA) Council, an amendment altering the process for determining the method for filling vacant positions…

Brown, Griffiths head winning rugby teams

By ASHLEY HOYLE – 7 years ago

Tony Brown and Mark Griffiths have a lot on their plates this 2014 season, as they are coaching both men’s and women’s rugby this year at Vassar. This daunting task…

Admin. must evaluate campus alert policy

By THE EDITORS – 7 years ago

Shortly after midnight on Saturday, Sept. 28, students received a campus alert from Dean of the College Christopher Roellke notifying the campus of a report made about two hours prior…

Poder Latin@ zeroes in on identity, media

By MEGAN FORSTER – 7 years ago

Vassar College prides itself on hosting over 100 organizations on campus that provide community for students with similar interests. Poder Latin@ is one of those organizations, but Dalia Griñan ’17,…

VC boxing classes offer alternative forms of stress relief

By ALEX TRUNNELL – 7 years ago

According to boxing veteran turned boxing coach Brian Corrigan, “boxing at Vassar is a little hidden secret.” Since 1994, non-contact boxing has been quietly plodding along in the undercurrents of…

ASA night market emulates Asian cultural traditions

By JULIA CUNNINGHAM – 7 years ago

Red lanterns hung from the balconies at the ASA’s Asian Night Market event in the College Center this past Saturday. The smell of fresh food coated the College Center, which…

House teams create programming for all dorm students

By JULIA CUNNINGHAM – 7 years ago

Unless you become a part of it after freshman year, house team tends to fall into the background of everyday life. Upperclassmen might not think too much about everything that…

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